Re: Pinhole sharpness.
David S Cargo (email@example.com)
28 Jul 1997 08:24:22 -0500
One cause of lack of sharpness for pinhole exposures has nothing to do
with the physics of pinholes, but the practical problem of keeping the
camera steady during long exposures. I don't remember if you said how
long your exposures were. When exposures are long, it can be hard to
keep the camera steady the whole time. It can also be a problem with
whatever you use for a "shutter". So, if you can keep the camera more
steady, you might minimize some of the fuzziness.
David S. Cargo (The Pinhole Photography Pointer Page: